Most of our welding work is performed by robots, and robotic welding has been part of our production for over 30 years. The quality of welding work is supervised by our welding coordinator, and our welding operations are certified to EN ISO 3834-2 and EN 1090-1. We use MIG and MAG 135 welding processes. Currently, we have three robotic welding cells with turntables. The turntables make it possible to weld workpieces from all directions in one clamping position. The most recent cell is equipped with CMT power sources that produce spatterless welds. Our welding operations focus on structural steel and stainless steel. In robotic welding, the maximum length of workpieces is 3.5 m and the typical weight of welded products is less than 100 kg. Robotic welding is not the best option for all jobs, so we also perform manual welding. All our manual welders are qualified for the necessary combinations of materials and sheet thicknesses, and welds always comply with our Welding Procedure Specifications (WPS). We have a large archive, so we may already have suitable WPS documents for your products.